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to all of cal berkley's women's basketball games. it's one of the few breaks that lewis allowed himself over the past 18 months as he dug into the idiocy and negligence that produced the worst financial crisis since the great depression. >> i'm afraid that our culture will come to the conclusion-- 'cause it's always the easy conclusion--that everybody was just a bunch of criminals. i think the story is much more interesting than that. i think it's a story of mass delusion. >> lewis' forte has always been discovering little-known facts and characters that change people's perception about a story. so when he finally sat down at his computer with sacks full of research to write about this calamity, he had no interest in treasury secretary hank paulson or ben bernanke or the ceos of wall street's big investment banks, who he believes had no clue what was going on while it was going on. he wanted to tell the story through the eyes of people who were paying attention and who knew that a financial disaster was inevitable. >> but there were a handful of characters who actually had seen it comin
cohen's multibillion hedge fund, s.a.c. cal capital, expected to pay $1.2 billion. want to bring in harvey pitt, joins us from washington. harvey, good to have you back, good morning. >> good morning. >> you can't have a settlement without some people saying it's a witch hunt and others saying it wasn't enough to truly hurt. where does this within fit? >> i think, a, it's not a witch hunt, although i have concerns with all of the preindictment publici publicity. and, second, this is going to hurt dramatically, i think. this is a significant settlement. >> i think the documents are out officially now. you call it significant, harvey, in what sense? the size and scope of the deal the way in way you think he'll interact with his prime brokers, what? >> i think, first, just the size and the magnitude are unprecedented. that's a starting point. but more importantly, and i haven't seen the papers, but the reports of the papers suggest there's a concession of rampant insider trading and that concession on the part of cohen is going to have a dramatic effect in the one remaining governme
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